How are you? Is everything OK? I’m asking because I just saw the Cars 3 trailer and oh my lord what the hell were you guys thinking?
Did you see the $1.1 billion Civil War made and think, “Hmmm. Cars 2 only made $562 million, which is less than a billion dollars. Better call the Marvel guys in, see what they suggest.” Because that’s what it looks like.
My nephew is a huge Cars fan. Are you trying to kill him? He’s going to need to change his clothes after he sees this trailer. What’s going to happen when he sees this Days of Thunder knockoff? Did Disney invest in therapeutic drugs and their plan is to traumatize a generation? Did you learn nothing from the three generations of moviegoers still complaining about Bambi’s mom? Do you guys think you’re making Harry Potter and Cars needs to get darker as it goes along?
Look, I get that the first Cars movie was a Doc Hollywood knockoff and the second one was a James Bond parody, but the hyper realistic imagery and near death experience (and that’s just the trailer) are probably not the right direction to take the franchise that inspired this:
For good or ill, movie trailers can be baffling. Today, we have an example of both! Also on today’s installment of Baffling Movie Trailers – a gif that sums up my general reaction to seeing a film is in any way associated with M. Night Shyamalan. Read the rest of this entry
Today’s movie trailer mania has some melodrama, comedy, legitimate film. Let’s have at it!
So many movies come out every year and I gotta be honest with ya; most of em look like the tightly coiled piles my dogs leave on the lawn. Here’s my take on four new movie trailers.
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There are lots of ways to market movies: you got your print media in the form of billboards, wrapped buses, posters and whatnot, but for me, it’s all about the trailer. This is an art form unto itself, and it’s not easy. Here, we have two different movie trailers for Bradley Cooper’s new jam, Aloha. The thirty second spot features voice over while the two-minute plus version does not, and it makes a world of difference. Read the rest of this entry